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Maya Coleman, WWS student since Kindergarten, now in Grade 7
You’ve been a student at WWS for a long time; what is your favourite part of school?
Everything! I like my classes and have a lot of fun. I also really like all my teachers, they are good at their job.
What has been your favourite block this year?
I enjoyed the creative writing block and am most proud of the two poems that I wrote. I also like drama and we are in our play block right now. Our play is tonight and I am playing the 2nd senator’s wife as well as the Grand Duchess. (Note: Maya’s poem “Autumn Passing” is featured in the photos below).
Next year you are officially a high school student. Are you excited about that?
Yes, I am super excited. I will get to hang out more with my brother who will be in Grade 10. I am also excited for all the camping trips, the opportunity to play guitar in music class and also continuing to do class plays.
What would you tell a prospective student looking at joining your class?
We welcome new people. It’s nice having people from different backgrounds and cultures in our school. We all really like to learn and have fun in our classes.
Thank you Maya!
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Posts from the community and school
Whistler’s Alphabet Soup group in conjunction with the youth centre is hosting a free skating event on Feb. 19 starting at 5:30pm.
More details on the flyer.
Whistler High School is offering a FREE parent event with practical tips for parents to help children learn executive functioning skills from renowned education therapist Sarah Ward.
Date: Sunday Feb. 23
Time: 5-7 pm
Location: Whistler High School at 8000 Alpine Way, Whistler BC
Doors Open at 4:30pm. Parking will be limited so please carpool or take a bus from the village.
Please Sign-up (So we know how many chairs to put out) to get your FREE tickets at: www.eventbrite.ca/e/bridging-function-in-school-home-with-sarah-ward-tickets-88708817461
Imagine 2120 is part of the 27th annual two-day, the TELUS Winter Classic. The Whistler Blackcomb Foundation is dedicated to providing financial support to organizations whose activities provide benefit to residents of the Sea to Sky Corridor in the areas of health, human services, education, recreation, arts & culture and the environment with a special emphasis placed on youth and
Where & When: Roundhouse Lodge, Whistler Mountain from 6:45pm – Midnight. (Upload the Gondola between 6:45pm & 7:30pm. Dress warmly for the ride up, coat & boot check at the top.)
Tickets: $250 (incl. all taxes and fees) For guests 19+ Tickets can be purchased here.
More info at the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation website.
The TELUS Winter Classic is for you if you are a person that:
- Hungers for an amazing breakfast at the Fairmont Whistler
- Is excited to explore the depths of the mountains with a Whistler Pro/Ambassador
- Feels the need for speed and friendly competition on our custom Race Course
- Enjoys Après after a long day on the slopes
- Likes to sample delightful wines and cheeses
- Has a love of dressing up for themed mountain top events
- Loves our community and supporting local Sea to Sky Charities
The Vidal family of four is looking for long-term accommodation in Whistler starting August 2020, with their 2 girls hoping to attend WWS.
Originally from Spain, they are currently living in Quebec but hope to move to Whistler this summer. Please contact Javier Vidal if you know of any accommodation options that may work for his family.
Bike wanted: ISO Norco Ninja 20″
ISO 20“ Norco Ninja bike for my daughter.
Had the 16“ and loved it. Budget is $120 max.
Please contact Romy Grayson by email